Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 14, 1970 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 14, 1970
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Judy Anthofer and Bob Schreck Wed DEDHAM - St. Joseph Church in Dedham was the setting for the wedding of Judy Arrthofer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anthofer of Dedham, and Robert Schreck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schreck of Templeton, at one o'clock Saturday afternoon, Nov. 14. The Rev. Henry Meyer officiated at the double ring wedding, for which Sr. Delores was organist. The bride's chosen colors, royal purple and orchid, were displayed in the altar ar- Christmas Topics Taken Up at Meeting ARCADIA — The November meeting of the Christian Mothers Sodality of St. John's parish in Arcadia was held Thursday evening in the school hall. Fifty-six members were in attendance. It was opened with a prayer lead by Mrs. Jerome Henkenius president. During the business session various Christmas topics were . discussed. The annual Christmas potluck will be held at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 17 with a dollar gift exchange. Mission will start with the Saturday evening mass. Religious articles will be sold before and after the evening masses. On Dec. 1 the ladies of the parish whose last name starts with "M" to "Z" will scrub the church. A new vacuum sweeper was purchased by the sodality for the church cleaning. Mrs. Margaret Hannasch announced the sewing circle will meet Nov. 24. Sr. Danita Tranee explained the many uses of the new cas- settee tape recorder and showed how it worked. At the close of the meeting the Rev. Fr. C. A. Ahmann showed a film "The Crisis and Challenge", and gave out books to read on this subject. Those serving lunch were: Mrs. Arlo Jons, Mrs. Vincent Kohorst, Mrs. Henry Kohorst, Mrs. Ed Lampman, Mrs. Herman Leiting, Mrs. Gene Leiting, Mrs. Loren Leiting, Mrs. William Leiting, Mrs. Dennis Leiting, and Mrs. Ron Leiting. The entertainment committee was: Mrs. Bernard Bellinghausen, Mrs. William Badding, Mrs. Leon Anderson and Mrs. Paul Wuebker. Receiving the door prizes were: Catherine Leiting, Lucille Schroeder, Norma Henkenius and Mary Tomka. CHOSEN AS SINGERS Two Carroll County girls are among the 32 University of Iowa students who have been chosen to participate in the Old Gold Singers for this school year. This U of I singing group entertains Midwestern audiences through personal appearances, radio and television broadcasts and recorded songs. Lyn Heese, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rex Heese of Carroll, and Alice Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hansen of Glidden, have both been selected as sopranos. Lyn is a sophomore and Alice a junior. Jean Brodit is coming to Carroll. Call 792-4858. Adv. rangements of chrysanthemums. Th« bride, givon in marriage by her father, wore a white gown of sheer sata peau and Chantilly lace, in floor-length. The empire bodice had a high neckline and full bishop sleeves and topped an A-line skirt. A scalloped lace overdress was split down the front to form a chapel train. Orchid ribbon encircled the waist and fell in streamers down the front. A halo of tiny Venice daisies held her bouffant illusion veil. Her colonial bouquet of white mums and pompons had lavender accents. Linda Anthofer was maid of honor for her sister. Also attending the bride were another sister, Donna Anthofer, Mrs. Robert Lengeling of Carroll, Mary Meiners of Omaha and the bridegroom's sister, Carol Schreck. Junior bridesmaid was her sister, Christy Anthofer. Their frocks of royal purple and orchid crepe chiara were fashioned with softly-gathered A-line skirts, in floor-length. White Venice lace edged with Val lace trimmed the empire bodices, high necklines and cuffs of the long bishop sleeves. Each carried a lavender mum. Attending Hi* bridegroom were Randy Irlmeier of Templeton as best man; his brother, Greg Schreck, Jim Hulsing of Carroll, Larry and Joe Anthofer, brothers of the bride. Junior groomsman was his brother, Jim Schreck. Guests were ushered by Dave Schultes of Dedham and Ronald Beyerink of Coon Rapids. The bride and groom were honored at a reception for 325 guests, held from 2 until 4:30 at the Red Carpet Lounge in Carroll. They will take a week's western trip and then will reside at 4810 Capital, Apartment 1, Omaha, where Mr. Schreck will attend the University of Nebraska. Before her marriage Mrs. Schreck was employed at Sernett Family Center in Carroll. Tint* HereM, Carroll, le. Saturday, Nor. 14, 1970 Hot Lunch Menus The Carroll Community School Hot Lunch Menu for the week of Nov. 16-20 follows: Monday, Nov. U — Dried Beef Gravy, Baking Powder Biscuits, Cabbage Slaw, Fruit, Cheese Slices, Breda-Butter, Milk. Tuesday, Nov. 17 — Spagetti- Beef Barbecue Sauce, Fruit, Cheese Slices, Bread-Butter, Milk. Wednesday, Nov. 18 — Hamburger on Buttered Bun, Hot Vegetable, Fruit Upside Down Cake, Bread-Butter, Milk. Thursday, Nov. 7f — Roast Pork & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Apple Rings, Fruit, Cookie Bar, Bread-Butter, Milk. Friday, Nov. 20 — Tuna Salad Sandwiches, Lettuce Salad- Orange Dressing, Hot Vegetable, Bread-Butter, Milk. Pinochle and Bridge Clubs Had Meetings The NEIGHBORLY % Club met for bridge Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Myron Sievers. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Leroy Lynch; Mrs. Delbert Fiscus, second; and Mrs. Richard Nelson, low. Mrs. Ronald DeLance was a guest other than members. Tallies and napkins were in the Thanksgiving theme. On Dec. 10 the club will meet with Mrs. Robert Stockert. Attending the Friday after* noon pinochle party of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club were 22 members, at the clubrooms. Mrs. Lester Schleisman received high score prize; Mrs. Clara Motter and Elva Eike tied for second. Mrs. Louise Fasbender kept the traveling prize and the tally prize went to Mrs. Nancy Hackett. At two three-hand tables, Mrs. Vincent Ricke won high and Mrs. Ray Stoffers, second. Mrs. Ricke was assisted by other members in serving the lunch. Mrs. Merl Pruett was a Thursday evening hostess, entertaining the E.S.P. CLUB at her home. Her co-hostess was Mrs. A. J. Puffett. At bridge, Mrs. G. W. Harnack won high score prize and Mrs. Edward Fasbender, low. Table decorations were in keeping with the Thanksgiving theme. DANCE CLUB REUNION (Time* Herald New* Strvlot) MANNING — The Manning Belles and Beau Square Dance Club will hold its second reunion dance on Nov. 18 at the VFW Hall. All former Manning square dancers are invited to attend the dance, which will be called by Marion Lund. Refreshments will be served following the dance. JAYCEE CONTEST (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING — The Manning Jaycees will sponsor a contest for the "Longest Pheasant Feather" beginning Nov. 16 through Jan. 4. Feathers must be entered by Monday noon for the previous week, and entries taken to the Spies Fur Company on Highway 141. Gift certificates will be awarded. Kathy Owens and Bill Rupiper Marry Kathy Owens and William Rupiper were married in Holy Spirit Church here Saturday afternoon, Nov. 14, by the Rev. Clair Boes. Parents of the bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. James E. Owens of Carroll and Mrs. Tryon Gives Program At FLC Club "Nursing Homes, Medicare and Medicaid" was the topic presented by Mrs. Hersche Tryon at the Friday afternoon meeting of the F.L.C. Club a the home of Mrs. A. B. Hulse bus. None of the nursing homes in Carroll are accredited to qualify patients for Medicare she told the group; however they are eligible for Medicaid She explained the two programs with regard to nursing home and told of the nursing home facilities in Carroll. The homes are inspected by the state once a month, and three times a year by a state fire inspector. The local fire department also in spects the homes. Mrs. Tryon read an article from a professional magazine which related nursing home conditions 20 years ago and pointed out the progress made since then. She emphasized tha there is a shortage of nurses to staff the homes, which af fects the number of facilities accredited for Medicare. Mrs Tryon was the first licensed nursing home manager in Iowa Mrs. Zelma Raygor, club president, opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag and a poem, "Be Thankful", by Edgar A. Guest. Thirteen members answered roll call with Thanksgiving thoughts. Plans were made for the club's Christmas party, which will be a 12:30 luncheon on Dec. 11 at Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. Hulsebus and her co- hiostess, Mrs. T. B. Wills, served lunch during the social hour, with Mrs. Raygor presiding at the silver service. The Thanksgiving arrangement centering Lhe table included two ceramic pheasants, fruits and autumn leaves. Excitement, Challenge in Kindergarten Class CLERGY GROUP TO MEET The Carroll Clergy Group wil meet at noon Monday, Nov. 16 at Tony's Restaurant, the Rev Allan M. Peterson, chairman of the group, announced. NOTICE To Our New Store In West-gate Mall Effective Monday, November 16 we will be in our new store in Westgete Mill. WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING SOON LOEHR'S JEWELRY Wettoate Mail - Carroll By Mary Sue Van Sicklt (Carroll Education Association) I am a kindergarten teacher and love it; not to say that every minute of tt is a joy, because there are moments of distress and tension. I havo 31 children in my morning section and 27 in me afternoon. A total of SI children, all with names, parents, brothers, sisters, talents and problems. Each Child's contribution to the class helps to make day by day book learning more meaningful and enjoyable. Textbooks play an important role plus the child himself creates learning ex-experiences through things he says, discovers or a play instance in Which 'he is involved. These types of experiences are no* limited to kindergarten but are happening in all grades. I would like to tell you about one of the learning situations my class created. Three boys upon arriving at school asked me for an idea of what to build with blocks. I merely suggested an airplane; from there the children took complete control. Before five minutes were up the whole room was involved in this one activity. We had several pilots who had each constructed flheir own controls out of blocks (by the way none of them looked the same). Each (had devised some way of communicating with the tower and were requesting permission to take off. The rest of the class brought their chairs and lined fchem up behind the pilots in a fashion suggesting an airplane. Seconds after the seat belts were fastened, a little girl popped up to serve as a stewardess. She returned with the play dishes and walked up and down the aisle serving the passengers. Their airplane was equipped with everything — headphones, landing gear and even some automotive equipment, brakes and gas pedals. One pilot informed us we were headed for Chicago, but we didn't reach our destination. You see, our plane was hijacked. A boy, very much aware of what is going on in the world, stood up and anounced, "I think I'll hijack this plane." After landing, excitement was still running high, so we sat down together and the children made up a story about their plane trip, and 1 wrote it down on a large piece of paper. The story was no great masterpiece, but the children were thrilled seeing their story in print and I was pleased. We kept the story quite a while, reading it several times. Interest was such that this was a good time to take their story and relate it to reading readiness. We found large words, small words, look-alike words and letters that were in their names. A lot was learned from this experience, academically as well as socially — learning to take turns and getting along with others. We are still expanding on our airplane incident to include other forms of transportation, and have traveled to many places. Yet, learning can be different «nd exciting. This is just one example of how teachers throughout the school system are taking advantage of similar situations. If we can just keep increasing students' interest and desire to learn, great things can be done. 240 A. Form For Sole LOCATED IN THE DUNLAP AREA About 125 acrtf crop laneV-JM lance in pasture. A good unit for • cow>calf operation. VERN W. HOWE — Realtor Punlap, low. 'Mite MJ-5122 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rupiper o Templeton. The double ring cer emony took place at 12:30. Honor attendants were Au drey Neppl and Wayne Siepker Kathy Ryan and Alvina Haverman were bridesmaids; grooms men were Tom S p o r r e r and Glenn Steffes. Randy Behrens and Joe Klein ushered. Nuptia music was provided by the Jun ior High Choir, with Sr. Helen at the organ. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of lace over satin, featuring a redingote over the A-line skirt. The gown had a high col lar and long sleeves of chiffon and lace, finished with ruffled cuffs. Satin ribbon deined the empire waist. A headpiece 0: lace and pearls secured her mantilla veil. Her flowers were yellow carnations. The empire style dresses worn by Miss Neppl and the bridesmaids were in a peach- orange shade of chiffon, with yellow gold and avoado green accents. They wore tiny orange ribbons in their hair and carried yellow mums. After mass, a reception for 350 guests was held at the Arcadia Legion Hall. Mrs. Rupiper is employed by Midstate Enterprises in Carroll She is a graduate of East High School, Sioux City. The bridegroom graduated from Kuemper High School and farms near Templeton. After Nov. 20 the couple's address will be Rural Route, Templeton. They are taking a wedding trip to the South. Calenda r Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday— Christian Fellowship Society, 6:30 p.m. progressive dinner Monday- Rainbow Girls St. Lawrence Guild, 8 p.m. A.C.B. Club, Mrs. Art Bruch Tuesday- Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Kenneth Crouse STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Jerry Nichols H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dennis Leiting Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Collison T.W.C. Club, Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz Players 8 Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle Town and Country Club, Mrs. Cyril Wessling Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Ernest Kroeger Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Frank Daley Dealers 9 Club, Mrs. Gene Heithoff Golden Circle bridge Wednesday- Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Edward Reardon County Legion Auxiliary, Glidden Trinity Guild, Mrs. Edward S. White U.P.W. Circles: Morning, Mrs. Robert Barels; Afternoon, church undercroft; Evening, Mrs. Robert Woodhouse Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Archie Jones W.B.'s Club, Mrs. James Grettenberg Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Thomas Lam bert Kardettes Club, Mrs. Richard Beck High Bidders Club, Mrs. James Wieland Parkview Players Club, Mrs. Norman Hutcheson Golden Circle euchre Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman Moving? Call Vandtrhtiden — northAmerican PACKIMO end MOVIN* Your fgrniture remtini intact, not scrambled. STORAGi Your furniture stays m the same fresh condition. Fill fCTIMATCS You w«n't crack up, because eurs are reeienable. Phont 792-9261 northAmtmcon VAN UMfl/AOfNT We treat furnitura likt 0991 * Legislators (Continued From Page 1) require Bray to miss some law school sessions, he plans to finish working on his degree as soon as possible. He views his legislative pursuit only as a brief "delay." Bray has some ideas on how he will think as a legislator. For example, he expressed a belief that unneeded administrative jobs must be eliminated from government to save money. The Legislature, he declared, may have to take a "meat cleaver" to some of the administration of the government. The state's property tax, he added, it net a "wise" source of government financing. Such a tax, Bray said, Inhibits the economy because it forces homeowners and businessmen to avoid higher taxes by net improving their properties. Bray, who won by only 30 votes and may face a recount, said being a young candidate was a handicap at times. While campaigning, Bray related, he received quite a few negative responses from voters because of his youth. "They refused to listen to me, (saying), "you're too young." But some, he added, said they'd like to see more young in government. Meanwhile, the political issues faded into the background. "Being a student and a young man created enough controversy without getting into the issues," he said. The campaign was quite a vigorous undertaking. "I walked much of the district," Bray said. He estimated he "stopped at" about 1,500 homes. The reason for his political success, even if by only 30 votes, may well be his effort to meet the voters. "Those areas that I walked in, I did well in," he said. "I would prefer to talk issues and problems with people," Bray said, "but you really don't have the chance as a candidate." One of the main issues that concerned voters was welfare, and the young candidate shared their concern. The social structure, he said, creates a situation that forces society to provide some kind of "income maintenance" for people. "It's just a face we're going to have to live with and provide for," said Bray, who graduated with a University of Iowa economics degree in 1969. He noted that politics does run in the family a bit. His father is not particularly active in local political affairs, "but my mother is," he added. Bray pointed out that his grandfather once was chairman of a major political party in a Minnesota county. Interestingly enough, he was a Republican, but party difference apparently won't matter. "I'm sure he'll forgive me for what I've done," said Bray, flashing a natural candidate's grin. Miss Thede Bride Of Darrell Snyder Exchanging wedding vows in St. Lawrence Church here Saturday, Nov. 14, were Margaret Thed'e. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Thede, and Darrell Snyder. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Snyder, all of Carroll. Chrysanthemums and pompons in fall colors graced the altar for the double ring ceremony, performed at twelve o'clock noon by the Rev. James C. McAlpin. Nuptial music was provided by Cecelia Eltgroth, organist, and the Senior Volunteer Choir of the parish. Matron of honor was the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Clifford Hoffman. Sisters of the SECRECY RELAXED FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) A new state regulation relaxes the strict secrecy surrounding the identity of welfare clients. Economic Security Commissioner Merritt Deitz said it strikes "A fne balance between the right of privacy and the need for private organizations to take the initiative" by contacting welfare recipients for possible jobs. New in {he neighborhood? IT'S not all bad... The V\felcome Wfcjon hostess will help! Call 792-3609 Weather, Road Information Now Available By Phone Residents are reminded by the Iowa Department of Public Safety that beginning Sunday, Nov. 15, weather and road conditions throughout the state can be obtained by phoning state radio stations in various localities. Each year from Nov. 15 to March 31 the state police radio network gathers information 0:1 weather and road conditions across Iowa, then relays the information to persons dialing a number reserved for that purpose. The Department of Public Safety urges citizens of the state as well as travelers from elsewhere to check on weather and road condiions when anticipating longer trips by motor vehicle under less than ideal conditions. In Carroll and the surrounding area, such information can be obtained by calling 263-4880 in Denison, 243-4892 in Atlantic, or 732-1563 in Storm Lake. NO CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service of First United Methodist Church will not meet in November, Mrs. Robert E. Ware, president, has announced. The women will be preparing for their Holiday Fair Bazaar, which will be on Nov. 19 in the church fellowship hall. The Dec. 2 general meeting of the W.S.C.S. has been scheduled for 8 p.m. STONED has a complete selection of BOOKS FOR THE BRIDE These bnutiful bridil albums are at practical as they are sentimental. Each contains pages to record important details of engagement, wedding ceremony, reception and fuesti, honeymoon and first home. Some have acetate pages for wedding photographs. All have useful gift identification sections to list each gift, its giver and the bride's acknowledgement. Choose from a wide selection of titles with richly embossed covers. Gift boxed. Priced from $0.00. Available at... STONE'S Carroll, Iowa couple. Becky Thede and Denis< Snyder, were bridesmaids ami another sister, Karen Thede, was junior bridesmaid. Robert Snyder of Des Moines was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Mark Johnson and the bride's brother, David Thede. Ushers were the bride's cousin, Doug Thede of Denison, and the bridegroom's brother, Daniel Snyder. The bride was given tn marriage by her father. She had designed her gown of white empress satin, styled with a cowl collar and long full sleeves with high cuffs. Pearl banding accented the empire waist, and Happy Rose lace medallions enhanced the cathedral train. Her veil fell to waist-length from a headpiece formed of two organza roses. She carried a cascade of Woburn Abbey roses combined with miniature carnations and stephanotis. Orange, brown and white, the bride's chosen colors, were shown in the costumes of her attendants. Softly-gathered skirts of brown crepe fell to floor- length from bodices of white embossed organza. Orange velvet ribbon encircling the high waistlines ended in streamers down the backs. Mothers of the bride and groom had made the dresses. Headpieces were orange chenille flowers with green velvet leaves. Mrs. Hoffman and the bridesmaids carried nosegays of fall colored pompons; the junior bridesmaid carried her fall flowers in a basket. Two hundred guests were entertained at the wedding reception, held from two until four o'clock at the Elk's Lounge. The former Miss Thede is a 1970 graduate of Carroll Community High School. She plans to continue her employment at the Main Ice Cream in Carroll. Mr. Snyder, a 1968 alumnus of Kuemper High School, is employed at Mt. Carmel by Schettler Seed Farm. Upon return from a week's trip to southern states, Mr. and Mrs. Snyder's address will be Rural Route, Breda. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Cliff Robertson "PT-109" Exciting naval action based on the true experiences of John F. Kennedy in the South Pacific during World War II. at 10:30 tonight following Craig Crummer John Newell and Gary Vincent SUNDAY MOVIE Anne Heywood "UPSTAIRS and DOWNSTAIRS" The boss's daughter and her new husband are told to help entertain clients. Complicated results in an adult film. TV • DES MOINES 78 CARROLL

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